Ñorquín Department

Ñorquín Department
—  Department  —
Country Argentina
Capital El Huecú
 – Total 5,545 km2 (2,140.9 sq mi)
 – Total 4,628
 – Density 0.8/km2 (2.2/sq mi)
Important cities El Huecú
  • Caviahue-Copahue
  • Colipilli
  • El Cholar
  • Naunauco
  • Rahueco
  • Ranquilon
  • Taquimilán
  • Taquimilan Arriba
  • Taquimilan Centro
  • Taquimilan Abajo
  • Vilu Mallin

Ñorquín is a department located in the north of Neuquén Province, Argentina.


The Department limits with Minas Department at the Northwest, Chos Malal Department at the northeast, Pehuenches Department at east, Loncopué Department at south and Chile at east.

Coordinates: 37°38′41″S 70°34′54″W / 37.64472°S 70.58167°W / -37.64472; -70.58167

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